Suspected Iranian Hackers May Have Caused Rocket Sirens to Blare in Two Israeli Cities
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The Israel National Cyber Directorate (INCD) believes that suspected Iranian hackers may have been behind an incident that caused rocket sirens to go off in Jerusalem and Eilat.
Authorities instructed local councils to take preventative measures to secure their alert systems since they were activated by municipal alert systems and not by the Israel Defense Forces home front command. (Times of Israel)
Related: Arutz Sheva News, Cybertech, Cleveland Jewish News, JNS.org - Jewish News Syndicate, Haaretz, ynet - News, JewishPress.com, Jerusalem Post
German prosecutors issued an arrest warrant for Russian man Nikolaj Kozachek who they accuse of working for the Russian intelligence arm GRU to carry out a cyber-attack on computers in the Joint Air Power Competence Center, a NATO think tank, in Kalkar, North Rhine-Westphalia.
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